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    The ideal company presents perfect company performance. Its employees do what they should do: they always fully perform their duties exactly as they should perform their duties. In other words, ideal company employees play by the rules. 
    The real company, from one employee on up, presents imperfect company performance, somewhere between imperfect-and-excellent on down to imperfect-and-disastrous. In company rules theory, a company's performance level is, by definition, precisely that level at which its employees play by the rules. Company performance plummets, decays, and disintegrates when employees don't play by the rules. Employees don't play by the rules when they don't want to play by the rules. They don't want to play by the rules when they don't know the rules. They don't know the rules when there are no rules (or too few rules). And that's where Rules-At-Work comes in. 
    Rules-At-Work company rules consulting helps companies do four things: (1) enact (define and write) effective and performable company rules; (2) instruct employees to know the rules; (3) ignite employees to want to perform the rules; and (4) achieve performance of the rules. In short, Rules-At-Work stops unruly company behavior and enacts, instructs, ignites, and achieves company rules sparking performance. For a real-life case-in-point, click here.rulesconsulting.htmlshapeimage_12_link_0
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good rules make money

When you use good rules,

you meet your goals.